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Canada goose restoration along the foothills of Colorado


, : Canada goose restoration along the foothills of Colorado. Technical Publ Colo Div Wildl, 31: 1-64


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Szymczak, MR.; Staffon, RC.; Corey, JF., 1981: Distribution and harvest of Canada geese nesting along the foothills of Colorado. Colorado Division of Wildlife Special Report, 1-25 No. 49

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